In theis brief Fallon Simard proposes how Zaagi’diwin Inakinogewin (“love law”) may reorient legal, political, and human rights mechanisms and inspire a culture shift that honours Indigenous freedoms of gender and sexuality expression and identity.
As Arthur Manuel said, you can’t “cry on the shoulder of the guy who took your land.” One place to turn instead is to international human rights bodies, like CERD. But navigating the UN is hard from the outside. This guide breaks it down.
Yellowhead Institute generates critical Indigenous policy perspectives.